The Atlantic Slave Trade and Slave Life in the Americas: A Visual Record.
We are pleased to announce the availability of our new, much expanded and revised website, now titled The Atlantic Slave Trade and Slave Life in the Americas: A Visual Record compiled by Jerome Handler(Virginia Foundation for the Humanities) and Michael Tuite (Digital Media Laboratory, University of Virginia). This new version presently contains over 800 images; these will be added to over the next several months. We believe this new version makes the images far more accessible than the earlier one. Although some descriptive and bibliographic data remain to be entered, we welcome your suggestions for additional images and corrections of bibliographic and other factual materials. If people can find about 15 minutes to search topics of their interest/specialty, it might be easier to spot deficiencies. If enough people contribute their ideas and corrections, the value of the website can be immeasurably improved to the benefit of all users. We update the website on a regular basis. Comments can be addressed to the e-mail address below.
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